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Portraits of love
The journeys of behavioral health patients at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital are not easy, especially in the midst of a national children's mental health crisis. But families and health care providers are doing their best for the children and adolescents they love.
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What can a building be?
The D. Dan and Betty Kahn Health Care Pavilion will open its doors to patients in the fall of 2024. While the hospital is under construction, experts are anticipating a new kind of health care building that will be both high-tech and "homey."
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How to get into medical school
An admissions expert discusses how to get into medical school and what makes the process different at the University of Michigan.
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Post-Roe abortion care
An expert on reproductive rights and abortion care discusses the downstream consequences of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade.
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It's time to talk about firearm injury prevention research
Firearm injury prevention research can help us address gun violence, which has become the leading cause of death for children and teens in the U.S.
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A list of awards and accolades for Michigan Medicine faculty members from July-December 2022.
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Named professorships awarded to Michigan Medicine faculty members from July-December 2022.
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When science is not enough
A public health expert discusses the challenges of public health messaging over the course of his career, from HIV to Covid-19 to mpox.
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Adventures in healing
A surgical oncologist has created a nonprofit, Move Beyond Surviving, to encourage breast cancer survivors to get out in nature and have outdoor adventures.
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Two degrees, one vision
A University of Michigan medical student who is also working on an MBA discusses what she wants to do with her two degrees.
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Diversifying Medicine
A first-generation student develops a web platform to break down barriers for others
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Medicine and Law
A dual enrollee is focusing on his “why.”
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